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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seller, not seen that anywhere else and they were rather expensive. In fact, Malaga is expensive compared to everywhere else we’ve been.
By the way, we’re turning native. Found a Costa Coffee today and it was ****. Definitely like Spanish coffee, nice and strong. Penny also realised she prefers San Miguel or Cruzcampso to Stella and Kronenburg (previous favourites).
Just one thing neither of us are that keen on, Spanish ...
... Tried two different restaurants on the front now, both very different and both really good (food, drink and value). Wanted Sunday dinner, but ended up with Pork escalope, fries and carrots (we did ask for potato and veg!!!), oh well at least it was really good.
Long bike ride on day 2, now the wind has dropped, followed by a walk along the beach. An evening resting our feet followed on.
It would appear around here, siesta time is whenever ...
... most southerly part of Spain. Following our hosts directions we were fine
until the last mile.
We turned off of the
government paved road onto a mile long track that was, in some places, carved
into the side of a mountain. Parts of the very narrow track were concrete
and parts were dirt and most of it was up, up, up with no guard rails!!!
Of course there were lots of twist and turns and did I mention ...
... saw our neighbour brandishing a massive shotgun and firing it into the darkness. We didn’t stay out there for long in case he’d also been drinking and was starting to get a bit random in his target selection!. On completing a CSI check the next morning there were fortunately no corpses to be found in the valley below although the local bin man does do his rounds early.
... along the sands. It's not a bad view across the bay too. We got as far as the end of the promenade - all the Spanish seaside towns seem to have a promenade - and found a cafe where we sat outside in the sun for a coffee.
On the way back there was a commotion on the beach. A group of about a dozen Spaniards were pulling in a fishing dragnet from the sea. Many other people stood around ...